According to the Rafa Nadal Foundation in a statement, the assembled athletes come from different Spanish communities and also of Italy and Hungra, invited passes in this edition of the inclusive tournament.
In the three days of the event have been played both individual and 'unified double' parties, between couples formed by an athlete with a disability and another without intellectual ailments. In total, they have been disputed 150 singles and 31 doubles exhibition games. The tournament has concluded at midday this Sunday with the closing ceremony, in which they have delivered medals to all participants.
The director of Special Olmpics, Enric Blesa, stressed that in addition to the implementation of the knowledge they acquire during their sports training, the Mallorca event is an advance in their social integration. "It is an honor that the Rafa Nadal Foundation will trust us to launch the Ms que Tenis schools, a program that has already completed nine years of experience," said the president of Special Olympics Espaa, Miguel Sagarra.